Love this dusty green. Such a different color to the generic mint & forest greens. Opaque in 1 coat, I used 2 just to be sure. Would definitely buy again! continued >>
This is my favorite nail polish from OPI! It only needed 2 coats to be opaque. What I absolutely love about this color is that it stayed on for 8 days with absolutely NO chipping! I also love the color, because it is a really unique mixture of grey, blue, and green. I also love the consistency of this polish and the wide brush. Love, love, love!
I'm so in love with this polish! I almost never buy full size OPI bottles, as I never use an entire large bottle, but I couldn't resist this one. I've seen many similar colours in clothing stores, but they never have a good formula. When I saw Thanks A Windmillion at my salon, I really couldn't resist. It has a really nice dusty tone, which is unique to some of the other colours that I've seen which were similar.
I've let all my coworkers borrow this polish, and it has looked UH-FREAKING-MAZING on a wide variety of skintones. Even looks good on short nails! This is one shade I think I'll need to get a second bottle of, cause there's a good chance I'll use this entire bottle within the next year.
This is one of my favourite OPI nail polishes! It goes on beautifully and it is a unique colour that can be worn any time of year. I definitely recommend this one!
This is my favorite nail polish at the moment! The formula is fantastic and the color is gorgeous! Have gotten so many compliments on it!
This is a gorgeous dusty jade/sage green creme that is understated, calm, and very flattering on many skin tones. It is easy to apply and opaque in two coats. It wears well and highly recommended. Zoya Bevin is a close dupe, a little darker, and it doesn't have the same almost translucent quality of Thanks a Windmillion.
Ever since I first saw the OPI Holland Collection, this polish caught my eye. I would always pick it up, swirl it around, and think "huh, what an odd colour". After passing it up for months but always checking it out whenever I passed a salon, I decided that I had to have it. Anything that interested me so often had to be worth it right? And yes, it was definitely worth it. A strange, cool toned dusty sage colour, this polish is beautifully subtle and colourful at the same time - ideal for spring and fall. It turned out to be very flattering on my yellow toned, pale skin. The formula was almost perfect - like a lot of OPI polishes nowadays, the first coat was streaky but the second coat was incredible. A wonderful, wonderful offbeat polish.
I'm so glad I bought this polish! It is the greatest color: very unique and fun, but also work-appropriate. Formula is a little on the thin side, but opaque after two coats. I wouldn't change a thing about it. If you have warm-toned skin and are looking for a soft green, this for you.
Non-nail expert here. I hardly ever purchase nail color because I suck at doing my own nails, and I really don't have an interest in nail care. I get manicures at a salon every two weeks to look professional and usually pick a neutral polish. Two weeks ago I got a mani and this unusual blueish-grayish color caught my eye - Thanks A Windmillion. I had never seen it in any of the other salons and picked it. After my mani was finished and completely dry, the color was absolutely gorgeous! Then the next night I took a shower and then inspected my nails - no knicks of any kind and no tiny flaking of any kind on the edges (this always happens with any nail color even applied professionally with a top coat). Then a week passed and my nails STILL looked perfect. I became convinced that it was because that particular salon doesn't use thinners in their polishes, but then I went to the OPI website and learned about the gel colors. Now, days before I get another mani, my nails only have a couple of chips and the color is still as vibrant as it was on day one. I'm going back to the same salon to get this same color - only because I ordered my own Thanks A Windmillion and it simply hasn't been delivered yet. This has been a great late summer color and I think it will look great for fall too. Yes it is a blueish shade but it still looks professional, and I'm looking forward to using this color repeatedly.
This is such a gorgeous green/grey mix! The formula is perfect! It dries fast and lasts for days! Pick this product up!